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Jul 9, 2013 4:30am EDT
taxes that he also couldn't do his job in that case. >> reporter: in richmond, peggy fox, wusa9. >> the judge did allow attorney general cuccinelli to withdraw from the schneider case and appoint underwood to the case. he sees no reason to dismiss the case. the judge will decide on the motion by the end of the week. >>> a judge in massachusetts has ruled that the public should know exactly what investigators seized from the home of former new england patriots tight end aaron hernandez. the 23-year-old has been charged with premeditated murder in the death of 27-year- old odin lloyd. the judge ordered the documents to be made available this afternoon. the documents include search warrants, police affidavits explaining what they were looking for and what was taken away as possible evidence. at hernandez' arraignment last month, prosecutors say they had examined his cell phones and 14 camera home surveillance systems. hernandez has pleaded not guilty. also on monday ernest wallace, one of two men police say was in the car with hernandez the night lloyd was called was in court. he h
Jul 8, 2013 5:00pm EDT
the kind of thing with $9.8 million tax revenue per year, you can see that's a pretty good economic arrangement for the taxpayers of virginia and richmond. >> that's nice, but training camp two weeks away is the real good news. >>> get ready for the washington monument to glow in the dark. we'll have a preview of tonight's lighting ceremony on the national mall. >> pretty quiet here in northwest for the time being. we'll show you radar, tracking a couple of thunderstorms, one near hagerstown and one to the south of us. we'll come back and talk about our yellow alert continuing and track the latest tropical storm. >> the defense calls its witnesses in the george zimmerman murder trial. coming up each one [ male announcer ] you know what's so awesome about the internet? it gets more and more entertaining every day. and once you've got verizon fios, that's when you get it -- how 100% fiber optics takes your entertainment to ridiculous levels. i was streaming videos, movies, music. once i realized how fast it was, that's when i got it. [ male announcer ] want to upgrade your entertainme
Jul 8, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, connecticut. she'll serve three months for failing to pay her federal income taxes. in addition to prison time, a judge ordered hill to serve three months of home confinement and a year of supervised probation. she also has to pay back taxes and a $60,000 fine. >>> remember that red panda that escaped from the zoo? well, we've got an update on that sneaky little guy. >> 87 was the high, still in the low 80s right now. here's your wakeup weather, a little muggy, a little patchy fog possible about 7:00 and 9:00 temperatures back into the 70s. we'll come back and have the latest on tropical storm chantal and show you very cool video of a waterspout. >> and there's something new at the washington monument. bad cameraman. no, no, they have to wait until after ♪ [ male announcer ] do you love prime rib? get to your local subway for the delectable, new prime rib melt built fresh from the bread up! with hearty, savory cuts of tender prime rib in an au jus glaze and deliciously melty provolone, bite after bite is prime rib perfection. get it made just the way you say with all the veggies
Jul 10, 2013 5:00am EDT
economic ripple effect on the city because the city could collect property and income taxes from those government workers. he says right now just 43% of d.c. city workers actually live in the district. this bill would have -- [indiscernible] >>> today the d.c. council is also scheduled to take a final vote on a living wage bill that would require larger retailers to pay workers $12.50 an hour at least. that has wal-mart now threatening to pull the plug on three of the six store it is was going to open in the d.c. area. and possibly abandon three others which are already under construction. the regional manager calls that bill arbitrary and discriminatory. >>> immigration activists have plans around capitol hill today. >> they're -- there are demonstrations for a comprehensive reform bill now include a same-sex marriage ceremony between a u.s. citizen and her undocumented partner. more on today's hill debate coming up. >> ahead in sports after two perfect seasons of play, the washington capitals now hold a winning streak record all by themselves. we'll if there's a way to take corn on t
Jul 9, 2013 6:30pm EDT
the taxes employers pay to fund unemployment by $21 per worker per year. governor mccrory says paying the loan off as soon as possible would reduce those taxes. >> we're going to try to free up money so businesses can hire people and get them off unemployment. this is not an easy decision. >> reporter: to get the money to pay off the loan earlier, the republican governor and republican legislature cut current state benefits from $535 a week to $350. the benefits now end at a maximum of 20 weeks instead of 26. >> 70,000. of our brothers and sisters. reporter: cutting state unemployment benefits makes north carolina ineligible for federal benefits altogether. so 70,000 unemployed whose state benefits have run out now have no money coming in at all. >> folks who say, "i know it's a tough question but get out there and look for a job." >> every day. looking not the problem. i can find jobs. it's getting hired that i can't get done. >> the guy has $170 in his checking account, nothing in his savings account. and he's wondering how he's going to put food on his table. >> i care for t
Jul 8, 2013 7:00pm EDT
infrastructure. >> o'malley credited the gas tax hike for making the road portion of the plan possible. >>> more than 200 passengers trapped on an amtrak train for more than 14 hours. now this happened last night and lasted into the morning hours just outside richmond. a spokesman for amtrak says the dining car on the train traveling from new york city to miami developed axle problems. that left riders stranded. the train very slowly made its way toward richmond around 3:45 and got there three hours later. they replaced the car at the station and resumed course. >>> coming up i'll tell you about a local attrac >>> one of our area's most popular tourists attractions apparently isn't popular enough. the associated press reports the museum is losing money, millions of dollars of it between 2009 and 2011. its endowment has shrunk dramatically. the museum has gone through four rounds of layoffs and cut employee retirement contributions and their educational programs are being reorganized. despite the problems the top executive insists it is not in any financial trouble. >>> a new report sur
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